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The Female Kangaroo
Powered by random mutation and natural selection, evolution took billions of years to yield nature's most efficient iPod listening machine. The female kangaroo has large ears to hold earbuds and provide an optimized chamber for reverberating bass. The marsupium (commonly known as the pouch) provides an ideal location to place the iPod and protects its fragile surfaces and interworkings from the harsh environment.
As perfect as the kangaroo's form and features are for listening to the iPod, it still has a few shortcomings. When kangaroos need to focus their attention on other things, they don't have a good place to stick their earbuds. Either the earbuds drag on the ground, or they place them in their pouch with the iPod where they can become tangled and are not in easy reach.
The kangaroo must take her iPod out of her pouch in order to play, pause, or jump to the previous or next song. And of course, the pouchless male kangaroo is unable to enjoy music, audiobooks, podcasts, and commercial-free network television shows, as he has no pouch to hold his iPod. Kangaroos are made in Australia from Australian materials and components. According to AustralianWildlife.com, the average kangaroo weighs about 90 kg, thus requiring a conversion into pounds for use in the United States and, of course, an expensive shipping charge.